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April 27, 2012

2012 Silver State Nitro Challenge

Filed under: News — Stuart @ 2:55 pm

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The annual Silver State Nitro Challenge race took place last week in Boulder City, Nevada.  Temperatures would be high and the sun unrelenting. Team Durango drivers Ryan Lutz and Carson Wernimont took their Team Durango rides over to do battle at one of the toughest races around. All the classes would be running each day – Carson was running three classes with electric and gas 1/8th buggy and truggy – whilst Ryan would be running a 4th class, with 4WD short course.

1/8th Nitro Truggy – DNX408T
In 1/8th Truggy, both Ryan and Carson would be running the pre-production prototype DNX408T truggy.  The truck is very close to production and the team are really thrilled with the performance.  Carson had an OK qualifying session, placing second in the B-main and got a good start to lead. Carson got hung up on a track marker and dropped down but fought back to the bump-up position before an unfortunate flame-out killed his chances of battling in the A-Main.

Ryan made the A-main with his DNX408T and battled up to second with 10 minutes to go.  A popped turnbuckle cost Ryan dearly as he dropped to 5th by the time he got back on the track, which is where he finished. Still a very solid result but disapointing for Ryan.

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Ryan had some good runs in electric 8th buggy qualifying and quickly took up the lead in the main for about three laps until some mistakes dropped him back.  Carson had bumped up from the B-Main after some electrical problems in the heat of the Nevada desert which had hampered his qualifying runs – and in the A-Main, Carson was pushing his way toward the front now. With just a lap to go Carson was looking for a way past the leader Drake but ran out of time and had to settle for second, with Ryan finishing up 4th.teamdurango2501/8th Nitro Buggy – DNX408
Carson and Ryan both had average qualifying runs in 8th nitro buggy with Ryan lining up in the B-main and Carson 11th on the grid for the A-main.  Ryan drove hard in the B as he looked to bump-up, but with 5 minutes to go a blown shock bladder saw his car become less settled and the resulting 4th place meant there would be no bump-up for Ryan this time. Carson had a bad start in the A-main after a tangle with another driver sent him to last place after the first corner on lap one.  Carson got into a groove and had a good battle with Pavidis and Castallano for 8th place which he held to the line.

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4WD Short Course – DESC410R
The 4WD short course class was the hilight of the weekend for Ryan Lutz, as he once again showed the DESC410R is the only game in town – taking the TQ and win in the A-main by over half a lap.  People were impressed and surprised by how well the DESC410R handled the rough track at the Silver State.

A mixed bag of results for us at the Silver State – the guys were both disapointed by some bad luck in qualifying and finals, but Ryan taking the win in 4WD SCT, and Carson taking second in 8th EP buggy were fantastic results we’re all proud of. Congratulations to all the Team Durango drivers competing at the Silver State – and here’s to even better results in 2013!

2012 Euro Offroad Series – Team Durango Domination!

Filed under: News — Stuart @ 2:44 pm
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The inaugural Euro Offroad Series (EOS) concluded last weekend with the final round of the three-leg series, held in Dortmud Germany.  The race series saw some of the best drivers in Europe and the USA competing for the wins in 2WD and 4WD buggy, along with 2WD and 4WD short course truck classes.

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The final round at Dortmund was taking place at the countrys second largest toyfair after Nuremberg – the Intermodellbau, which covered 8 huge hall and would see around 80,000 visitors during the four days it was being held.  Many of these visitors gathered to watch the intense race action on the freshly created indoor track – and were treated to a fine display as some of the best drivers in the world battled it out for the wins.

After qualifying, Gerd Strenge sat atop the 2WD Short Course qualifying as he tested the upcoming DESC210R truck – and Jorn Neumann was in full control of the hotly contested 2WD and 4WD buggy, along with 4WD Short Course.  The finals saw an intense battle in 2WD buggy between several great drivers – but Jorn came through to win the final two legs for the overall win.  In 4WD buggy however Jorn was untouchable and simply drove away from the rest before sitting out the third which was taken by Team Durango’s Hupo Honigl.  4WD SC wrapped up the dominant display from Jorn.

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The series turned out to be a great show for Team Durango -with Team Durango drivers winning all classes. Jorn Neumann decisively won 2WD buggy, 4WD  buggy and 4WD Short Course – whilst Team Durango designer Gerd Strenge took the overall series win in 2WD Short Course with his test DESC210R chassis.

2wd 2WD Buggy – Lee Martin 3rd, Jorn Neumann 1st – Dustin Evans 2nd

2wdsc 2WD Short Course – Ebi Beck 3rd, Gerd Strenge 1st, Adam Skelding 2nd

4wd 4WD Buggy – Hupo Honigl 3rd, Jorn Neumann 1st, Lee Martin 2nd

4wdsc 4WD Short Course – Mike Truhe 3rd, Jorn Neumann 1st, Hupo Honigl 2nd

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April 17, 2012

Charlie Novotny Interview

Filed under: News — Stuart @ 5:48 pm

rcmagazine.cz have conducted an interview with Team Durango racer, Charlie Novotny, from the Czech Republic.

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TRANSLATION OF INTERWIEW WITH CHARLIE NOVOTNY – by rcmagazine.cz

We have managed to talk shortly with one of our best electro buggy drivers. Charlie Novotny talked as well about Team Durango chassis which he is using in all four categories.

In the recent indoor season Charlie won both categories in the Mibosport winter cup, as well as both categories in Lester winter cup. Moreover Charlie represents Czech Republic at the international Euro Offroad Series.  We have asked Charlie a few questions.

Charlie, which race was the most difficult one in the last indoor season,  and because of what?
Second race of  EOS at Belgian  Charleroi. The race was on quite a demanding track, where I did not see some parts of the track from rostrum. I had to walk around the track and then drive by instinct..

Which result in the last indoor season  has the biggest for you?
It is difficult, each result is good for me, but I think so that for me the best result was 6th place in 4WD on the first EOS race at Hrotovice.

Which Team Durango chassis suits you the best and you enjoy  to drive it?
All Team Durango cars are just great and I enjoy to drive all of them, but the best one for me is   4WD 1/10 – the DEX410v3.

What about your plans for a summer season – which races are you going to participate, in which categories, and are going to have some new cars?
All depend on the money available. But for sure I would like to race at Czech National Championship  1/10 and 1/8, some races of Slovakian National Championship  1/10, Mibosport cup, Astra Nitro Cross and the race at  Šiklův Mlýn. Regarding new cars – I just received new cars  1/10 – 4WD and 2WD for a summer season. I raced just two races with 1/8 – so it is almost new one. Short Course is just for relax and fun – so I will keep the old one as well.

We wish you a successful a successful summer season and good luck at international races to represent our country  abroad.

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Podařilo se nám krátce vyzpovídat jednoho z našich současných nejlepších elektro buggynářů. Kája Novotný se rozpovídal i o podvozcích Durango, které jezdí hned ve čtyřech kategoriích.

Rozhovor v článku…

Kája se v uplynulé halové sezóně stal celkovým vítězem obou kategorií na závodech Mibosport Cup a také celkově vyhrál Lestr Cup offroad. Navíc Kája reprezentuje Českou republiku na mezinároních závodech Euro Offroad Series. Položili jsme Kájovi několik otázek.

Kájo, který závod v uplynulé halové sezóně byl nejtěžší a proč?
Druhý závod EOS v belgickém Charleroi. Závod se jel na velmi složité trati, kde na některé úseky nebylo z tribuny  vidět. Trať jsem si musel projít a pak jet instinktivně. Navíc jsme s Tomášem (Holickým) byli  jedni z mála, kteří zde jeli bez předchozího tréninku. Třeba team TLR tam trénoval a ladil celý čtvrtek.

Jakého si nejvíce ceníš výsledku během uplynulé zimy?
To je těžké, cením si každého výsledku, ale asi je pro mě největší úspěch 6. místo ve 4WD na prvním závodě EOS v Třebíči.

Který podvozek od Duranga ti nejvíce vyhovuje a baví tě s ním jezdit?
Všechny podvozky od Duranga jsou skvělé, ale nejvíce mi vyhovuje 4WD 1/10 – DEX410v3.

Jaké jsou tvé plány na letní sezónu – jaké závody pojedeš, v jakých kategoriích a bude třeba ještě nějaká nová technika?
Vše záleží na financích. Ale určitě bych chtěl jet MČR 1/10, MČR 1/8, některé závody MSR 1/10, Mibosport cup, Astra Nitro Cross a závod v Šiklově Mlýně.  Co se techniky týče, tak mi na léto dorazily nové podvozky 1/10 – 4WD a 2WD. Podvozek 1/8 má odjety pouze dva závody v hale, takže je téměř nový. Short  Course Truck mám hlavně pro zábavu, takže si také nechám ten starý.

Přejeme, ať se Kájovi daří i v letní sezóně a dále dobře reprezentuje naši republiku i v zahraničí.

Thanks to rcmagazine.cz for letting us replicate this interview.

Team Durango take a double win at Australian EP Off Road Titles

Filed under: News — Stuart @ 5:10 pm

Jarred King reports on the Australian Electric Offroad National Titles – where Team Durango took wins in 2WD Modified and 4WD Stock, along with good showings in all classes.

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On the week of April 4 – 8 , St Ives RC Car club held the 2012 AARCMCC Australia National Titles for electric off road. The racing was hot, the track had an excellent groove and the weather was hot and sunny.

Classes were as usual, 2wd Buggy, 4wd Buggy, Truck and Short Course this year – in both stock (17.5) and modified classes.

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I was competing in 2wd Modified, 4wd Modified and Truck Modified this year. I managed to finish in the top 5 at last year’s nationals and was looking to get a podium position if not a win in a class this year.
Fast drivers attending and hot favorites for the event in modified were:

Ray Munday – Associated
Ari Bakla – Kyosho
Andrew Gillot – TLR
Mathew Primmer – Durango
Mathew Iverach – TLR
Scott Jones – Associated
Darrin Campbell – Associated

All showing some fast pace, even so Darrin ‘DC’ Campbell (Multiple On Road National Champion) showing some fast laps during practice in all three classes.

Wednesday and Thursday was practice. Friday was 2wd day, Saturday is 4wd day and Sunday is Truck day.

FRIDAY – 2WD
Racing format in Australia under the AARCMCC associated is 4 qualifiers and 3 A finals. 2 of your qualifiers count. I had a strategy to bank the first two and concentrate more on being smooth than fast and put in some consistent runs in order to secure a high up position if not TQ for the A finals. Early on I showed pace as I was setting equally fast times as Bakla, Gillot and Munday. Q1 for me was better than expected finishing 2nd overall behind Bakla.

Q2 was a super good run for me before popping a ball cup and costing me a lot of time finishing 3rd overall. Q3 and 4 was also a good run finishing 2nd behind Bakla and putting me in overall Q2 heading into the A Finals.

Strategy for the finals for me was to stick behind Bakla and apply pressure and if necessary make a move on the finishing laps. This worked very well for me as I did exactly that. Tailing Bakla the whole run I made a move on the finishing lap on the front triple sticking it up the inside to take the lead and never to look back.

A2 felt great for me before the start, knowing that I had to win but also knowing that there was even more pressure on Bakla to win or otherwise lose all opportunity to win the title. I stuck to the same routine and on the finishing laps I pulled the same passing tactic on the front triple to take A2 and the overall title of Australia Champion in 2wd Modified.

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SATURDAY – 4WD
4WD racing would have to be my favorite and definitely where I feel most comfortable in racing. My DEX410 V3 powered by LRP was really good through practice but when getting to Qualifying I suffered with setup and it showed in results. I managed to only finish 2 of my 4 qualifiers due to problems. I broke my front suspension arm in Q2 due to a bad crash on the double and also had a front wheel come off during Q3. I managed 5th qualifier and also 6th overall for 4wd. Qualifying I feel is very important to your overall position , Q5 made it very difficult to get a good result as I had very fast drivers in front of me.

In the 4WD stock class – Scott Giles took the overall TQ and won the opening two legs of the A final to secure the victory with his Team Durango DEX410 – an awesome result for Scott and Team Durango again.

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So to wrap it up I managed a 1st,6th and 2nd place (truck). I am extremely happy with my result and even happier being the new 2012 Australian 2wd Champion. I have now been racing for 10 years and this is my first national win. I am super excited for the next 12 months of racing and I could not have gotten to where I am today without the support of my family and my sponsors.

Photos courtest of MANUEL CORREIA.

I would like to thank the following supporters !!

Venom Racing Australia
Team Durango
Ace Hobby Distributors – Savox Servo’s
OMP ( O’reilly Model Products ) – Spektrum and TLR 22T
UPGRADE RC
BFAST Products ( Darryn )

Products used by Jarred King:

2wd:
Team Durango DEX210
Savox 1258 Servo
BFAST differential
Spektrum DX3R Pro

4wd:
Team Durango DEX410 V3
Savox Shorty servo
Spektrum DX3R Pro

April 6, 2012

Great Planes Model Distributors to handle Team Durango distribution for USA and Canada

Filed under: News — Stuart @ 5:20 pm

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Now that Team Durango is part of the Hobbico group, US and Canadian distribution will move to Great Planes Model Distributors (www.gpmd.com ) with immediate effect.

A huge spares delivery is being imported now and will be available to all good models shops shortly after the Easter holidays from both the Reno and Champaign distribution centres.

hcabldng The change of distribution will also mean that the full line of Team Durango cars, parts and options will be available for the first time on Tower Hobbies; one of the most respected online hobby stores in the world.

Great Planes will start with the huge majority of the Team Durango parts and cars, however it is likely that it will take another 6-8 weeks before all parts will be in plentiful supply.

For this reason we recommend, if you are in urgent need of Team Durango parts,  that you get in touch with your dealer right after the holidays.

warehouse Team Durango would like to apologise to all its loyal customers in North America for the supply difficulties in recent months.

We are confident that the change to Hobbico ownership, and now with Great Planes Model Distributors as our distribution partners, we can move forward to a new era in the US where every local hobby store can carry Team Durango.

#TD320120 RADIO BOX SET (v2) for the DNX408

Filed under: New Products,News — Stuart @ 5:08 pm
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The #TD320120 RADIO BOX SET (v2) is available now as an upgrade for the original DNX408 buggy. The new radio box features an updated design with more room for the receiver and wiring, a neat hinged door for quick and easy battery access – and a relocated antenna mount to make access easier.

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Product page: TD320120 – RADIO BOX SET (v2)

April 5, 2012

Off-road Gran-Prix of Russia.

Filed under: News — Stuart @ 3:52 pm

Our Team Durango distributors in Russia have sent news of a large indoor off-road race they’re organising.

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The biggest yearly Off-Road Indoor Race in Russia will take place on 13-15 of april 2012 as a part of the major Toy fair HOBBY EXPO 2012 in Moscow. Top racers from Russia, Bielorussia and Ukraine will fight in 11 classes:   OffRoad 1:18 – OffRoad 1:10 – OffRoad 1:8

Carpet covered track is 30X18 meters size and specially designed for this event. The race is organized by MicroRC.ru hobby-shop, with media partnership of the first Russian RC magazine RCRacer and the support of Federation of Automodel sport of Russia (FAMS).

Meanwhile we have 170 entries, with around 120 people

Registration and information: http://race.rcracer.ru/reg/105/main.php

April 3, 2012

Team Durango clean up Chadderton Winter series

Filed under: News — Stuart @ 9:00 am
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On Sunday the 10th of March, Batley Buggy Club hosted the final round of their indoor winter series at Chadderton RC raceway. As usual the meeting was fully booked up with 140 racers in attendance.There was a lot to play for going into the last round with drivers being very close on points and fighting for their overall finishing positions. The track was laid out on the usual cork flooring with an added mixture of carpet and jumps. One particular feature that looked difficult to get right was the tabletop in front of the rostrum. The tabletop was directly followed by a jump which was angled to the left. Many cars were flipping on this section of the track during practice, the ones who got it right were able to make up lots of time.

Qualifying
Both 2 & 4wd are held on the same day at Chadderton with your best 2 of 4 rounds to count. The overall series was held over 6 meetings in total with your best 4 scores added together to give you your overall finishing position. In 2wd Team Durango drivers Craig Collinson & Colin May were leading the way in the series with only a few points seperating them. This final meeting really was a battle of the Durango boys to determine the overall winner! In 4wd Colin may had already secured the series win with some super fast and consistent racing. This is the first season Colin has raced the DEX410 and he has really taken to the car. His results over the last few months have really improved which goes to show how fast the DEX410 is! Eugene Galley recently joined Team Durango and has also jumped up a few levels since joining the team.

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After the 4 rounds of qualifying were over it was again Team Durango leading the way, with Craig sitting on pole position in 2wd with his DEX210! Colin May was 2nd and Tom Yardy in 3rd.

After some really close racing in 4wd the TQ spot went to Colin with his DEX410! Craig Took the opening 2 rounds and Colin the last two. With both been tied on points it went down to fastest time which Colin achieved in the last round. Eugene Galley put in some good runs during the latter rounds to give Durango 1 2 3 on the grid!!

Finals
In 2wd Craig got off to a clean start with Colin in hot persuit. The first quater of the race saw the Durango boys pull away from the chasing pack and really became a battle between team mates for the overall series win. Colin looked to be piling the pressure on Craig and pushed his car hard, whilst Craig drove some really tight lines to defend his lead. Unofrtunatley the battle came to an end when Colin made a mistake which needed to be marshalled, giving Craig enough breathing space to crusie his DEX210 to victory! The win gave Craig the overall series win by just 1 point ahead of team mate Colin!

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In 4wd it was very much the same sort of race but with Colin leading the way and Craig in 2nd. Just like Colin in 2wd, Craig also made a mistake on the difficult tabletop which resulted in breaking his car. Colin never looked back from start to finish and drove his DEX410 as he has done all series to another great win! Eugene Galley had been getting quicker all day and finished 2nd not too far behind Colin.

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A big thanks needs to go to dBoots for sponsoring the event, the tyres proved to be fantastic on the slippy cork floor in both 2 and 4wd.

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Durango end Indoor season on a high note.

Filed under: News — Stuart @ 8:11 am
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With promised sunshine and the outdoor season rapidly approaching, the indoor events that have kept out thumbs and fingers in trim over the winter draw to a close. Once again the Worskop club have put on an excellent series which has weathered the worst that the winter weather could muster. Still, the series has been attended by 140+ drivers at most meetings and the competition has been as high as ever.

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After showing pace right from the early rounds, the DEX210 would end the season on a high with Nathan Waters taking TQ from the already championship favourite Neil Cragg. Adam Mackman with only his 2nd run out with a ‘Box Stock’ DEX210 would qualify 3rd with Eugene Galley 4th with his DEX210. Paul Bradby left himself some work to do in the final if he was to take the series win by qualifying 6th. Whilst Craig Collinson rounded out the top 10 with his DEX210 making it 4 in the final.

The final was one you couldn’t take your eyes off. Nathan lead from the tone with Neil pressuring him at every turn, in turn though Neil was under pressure from Adam Mackman and when Neil made a slight error, Paul Bradby was through the gap followed by Adam. Nathan started to eek out a small lead and the battle was now on for 2nd between Adam, Paul and Neil.  Neil made a few errors trying to close and pass Adam giving him breathing space to chase down Bradders. Adam’s pace soon told and Bradders made the error allowing him to pass to seal the 1,2 for Team Durango with Nathan taking a comfortable victory.

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Neil had already sewn up the series with a perfect score, so the race was on for 2nd and 3rd with 6 drivers still in the hunt for the remaining series podium spots.
Qualifying was very close with little room for error as a clean run was required for a top ten finish. Neil and Nathan traded blows, with Neil getting revenge and taking TQ from Nathan in the last round of qualifying. Adam Skelding and Craig Collinson also made the A main in 5th and 6th respectively, with Adam Mackman being in the unlucky BQ spot.
Neil made up for his poor (by his standards) 2wd final with a tone to tone victory, from 5th on the grid Adam Skelding closed the gap down early on after an early tussle between Nathan and Paul Bradby opened up a gap in the field, but Neil was able to keep the gap at a steady distance. Adam would also have a pretty uneventful race with all the action going on behind him in the tussle for 3rd which eventually went to Bradders.

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2wd

1. Neil Cragg        600
2. Paul Bradby        598
3. Danny McGee    590
4. Nathan Waters    590    DEX210
5. Craig Collinson    590    DEX210
6. James Helliwell    585
7. Richard Lowe        584
8. Eugene Galley    581    DEX210
9. Greg Williams    577
10. Keith Robertson    577

4wd
1. Neil Cragg        604
2. Nathan Waters    597    DEX410v3
3. Craig Collinson    590    DEX410v3
4. Paul Bradby        590
5. Greg Williams    589
6. Adam Skelding    588    DEX410v3
7. Richard Lowe        580
8. Keith Robertson    578
9. James Helliwell    577
10. Simon Moss        572

DEX408 1-2 at 1/8th MAM Series final round.

Filed under: News — Stuart @ 8:11 am
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Coventry Model Car Club held the re-run of the 5th round of the MAM (Midlands Astro Masters) 1/8th Series at their Baginton facility. Conditions were poles apart from the cancelled round which was called off  as the track was under 4 inches of snow, for this round it would seem that summer had arrived early in the UK with temperatures in the high teens!
The MAM series allows for Nitro and Electric 1/8th cars to compete side by side in both qualifying (5minutes) and finals (20 minutes). With fast locals and National ‘A’ finalists in attendance the meeting had a strong field of 82 drivers.
Qualifying.

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B Main
Chris Doughty (DNX408v2) had a strong qualifying with a 4th and a 2nd in round, his best round would ironically not be counted as his PT decide to ‘have a rest’ in the final round. Stuart Harlow (DEX408) would line 6th on the grid after some good consistent qualifying. Adam Skelding would line up in the B main after a topsy-turvy qualifying.
Lining up in the B main would mean uncharted territory for Adam, 20 minutes on high grip astro, how would the package fair, would there be enough juice in the tank to do a non-stopper? The final got off to a nightmare start as a crash on the first corner dropped Adam to the back of the pack. However, this might have been a blessing in disguise as with some clear track he was able to settle into cruise mode, not pushing the car and taking unnecessary power out of the cells. Quickly he moved up the leader board and was soon into the top 5. As the pit stops came round Adam was able to make use of the non-stop strategy to head the field. In cruise mode, Adam got the call to “Tease it to the finish” to which he replied “Fuel ain’t gonna help now”. As the tone sounded, Adam was already almost a lap up and the only one on the extra lap and coasted to victory and a Bump up into the A main.

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A main
After a battery change Adam made it out for the A main joining Chris and Stuart. Chris got a good start and was soon upto 2nd behind Craig Drescher with Stuart 7th and Adam just behind in 8th. Adam made a couple of errors dropping him back from Stuart who was holding on to the Nitro guys who were running ‘flat out’. Chris then hit trouble on his in lap to his first pit-stop when his plug blew losing him around three laps. Stuart was steadily making his way through the field as the Nitro Guys pitted and was soon running 4th. Hardly making a mistake, Stuart was now on the tail of the top three and soon was running 3rd after Craig had mechanical issues.

During the second round of pit-stops, Stuart’s fast pace enabled him to take 2nd within touching distance of the win. Adam was now up to 4th and Chris was running again and putting some pain on his car. Soon, Stuart was in a battle for the lead which he soon took as Leon Goode succumbed to pressure. Adam was now up to 3rd and in touching distance of 2nd, with time running out Adam pushed on and within 2 laps was on the rear gearbox of 2nd. On the last lap Adam, was able to make a pass taking 2nd place and with Stuart clear up front a surprise 1,2 for the DEX408. Chris was able to battle back from his early plug fail to take 5th.

Stuart’s car was an almost ‘box-stock’ DEX408, whilst Chris and Adam were both using the new DPA front castor blocks and also soon to be released option springs.

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